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ARCHIVE.ORG Console Library: Sega Game Gear
by Sega
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Sonic the Hedgehog: Triple Trouble, later released in Japan as Sonic & Tails 2 (ソニック&テイルス2 Sonikku to Teirusu Tsū?) is a platform video game in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, for the Sega Game Gear. It was developed by Aspect and published by Sega in 1994. It is the sequel to Sonic Chaos, which was the first Sonic & Tails game in Japan. The game received mixed to positive reception, with reviewers praising it as one of the few games that came close to replicating...
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by Eric Pancer
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Barbara Schubert leads the DuPage Symphony Orchestra in an exciting interpretation of Gustav Mahler's "Resurrection" symphony. This concert was performed at Edman Memorial Chapel on the campus of Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois.
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Topics: classical, orchestra, mahler, symphony, barbara schubert, dupage symphony
Source: Sony MZ-N1 Minidisc Recorder.
Prelinger Archives
by Sutherland (John) Productions
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In this corporate-sponsored cartoon, Martian dissidents learn that oil and competition are the two things that make America great.
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Topics: Economics, Oil industry, Advertising: Animation
Community Audio
by Anna Roland
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Anna Roland's Abandoned Cities album. A Riot-Folk release. See for more.
Next Generation Magazine
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Next Generation (also known as NextGen) was a video game magazine that was made by Imagine Media publishing company (now Future Network USA). It was affiliated to and shared editorial with the UK's Edge magazine. Next Generation ran from January 1995 until January 2002. It was published by Jonathan Simpson-Bint and edited by Neil West. Other editors included Chris Charla, Tom Russo, and Blake Fischer. Unlike its competitors GamePro and Electronic Gaming Monthly, Next Generation was directed...